Garrety Glass - Better Living of Central PA

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· Parkville

Power Home Remodeling has done windows, two sliding doors, and a roof for me, and I am very satisfied with the quality of their work, their timeliness, and the way they clean up. I am very happy with their work, and I would not hesitate to have them come back and do work on my house.

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· Baltimore

I was very impressed with the overall professionalism of the salesperson, along with the quality assurance person, as well as the detail oriented installation team. They came in, were unobtrusive as possible, while completing the job as quickly as possible. I was extremely happy and I will recommend... more


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· Souderton

from my first call to inquire about roofing services to my last call with the company, I was treated as a valued and respected customer. I highly recommend this company for anyone contemplating a new roof. everyone I encountered had honest effective communication with me. Every question and concern... more

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· South Williamsport

Gale O. Boyer Roofing is very professional and they stand behind their product. They are overall very friendly and courteous.

What is the temperature range for installing roof shingles
Dec 30, 2016
In order for shingles to sit and form properly, it should be at least 36 degrees fahrenheit (2.2 celsius) outside when laying shingles. 
What causes large gaps between window frames and the brick of my home? It looks like someone tried to caulk it previously, but it just pulled away again.
Sep 12, 2014
It seems like the caulk must have come loose. My recommendation is to recaulk the area and make sure that the gap is filled with insulation. Another option to look into is double expanding foam. Hope ... read more

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